Tom Malinowski

Washington Advocacy Director, Human Rights Watch

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Abuses of prisoners at Abu Ghraib were revealed in photographs that are now infamous worldwide.

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The  US Supreme Court says  that the  Geneva Conventions  apply to suspects in the war on terror.  Common Article 3 prohibits "outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating…

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